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If you wish to form a telepathic bond with another species, you must concentrate on your efforts. Read the detailed Process below, and remember to sit quietly for a few moments before you begin. Focus on the animal and try to sense its energy flow and relax into the moment.
Maintain a respectful, relaxed, honest attitude when attempting to share your thoughts and feelings with another species. Recognize the individual animal as a spiritual being inhabiting a particular form different than yours but perfect in its creation and its right to be exactly what it is.
Don't rush the conversation. This is a new skill for most humans and non-humans alike. Even if you do not see results at first, keep trying. Persistence will pay off. Try 15-20 minute sessions on a regular basis.
In your efforts to communicate, remember that non-human animals frequently convey information through posture, vocalization, gestures, and actions both to other animals and to humans. Animals are much better at understanding signals from humans than vice versa. A clear image in your mind of what you want to communicate is much more important than the words that accompany it, so spend extra time mentally drawing that picture before you try to transmit it.
Balance and center your own energy. Sit quietly near your animal and try to get his/her attention by looking directly at her, speaking her name softly, and sending a clear mental picture of what you wish to convey. Let other distractions slip away and practice sending your messages before trying to receive.
As you feel more comfortable, try to sense what is being sent back to you. It is imperative that you keep an open mind at this point. Try a simple question and wait for an answer. Remember that the answer may take the form of a picture. When you sense a response, acknowledge it immediately and thank the animal for cooperating.
Once you feel you have successfully opened the door to words, pictures, and/or feelings, maintain an ongoing dialogue. Always share with compassion and respect for all beings.
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."
"Until he extends the circle of his compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace."
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Doris Day Animal Foundation
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